Not done yet...Since they've not been able to identify a reason for Mya's heart stopping, during the doctor's rounds today the surgeons suggested that Mya have a heart catheterization test. This is where they put a dye into her heart so they can track the blood flow to make sure everything is working correctly. They are mostly interested in her coronary arteries. Her heart currently isn't pumping as well as they'd like, although there are other potential reasons for that, but this is one test that could be executed to rule out everything they know to do at this point. Unfortunately it requires more anesthesia... and more risk. They'll put a catheter in her leg that will be run up to her heart where it would add the dye. This may not even be able to be done today since they've got a full schedule, so that means leaving the breathing tube in until after the procedure. We're not excited for it, but agree that we need to have some answers on the arrests. For a little video on this procedure click here. Mya just woke up and is more alert than we've seen since last Tuesday. Her eyes were tracking to ours and she was getting really frustrated with her physical limitations. While it was wonderful to see her focused eyes and movement, it's heart breaking to watch her deal with the pain and frustration with the breathing tube.